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This pie recipe is 3 generations and it started with my great grandmother or G.G as we affectionately call her. She passed the recipe down to my mother who then taught me how to make it. It is a favorite South Carolina cuisine and will continue to be one of my favorite family desserts.
This nomadic witch heralding from Transylvania, Romania, goes by many names― Baba Yaga, The 999 Years Young Witch...even the Mother of Dracula. But everyone she knows calls her Nana Baba, as you should too if you don't fancy being hexed, jinxed, or cursed! After a long day preparing spells, Nana Baba, accompanied by her Chupacabra familiar, Chu-Chu, treats herself by making her infamous yet delectable treat. Go on! Give it a try... it's time to get fruitfully bloody!
A CCAD Illustration Major Student
Every year my grandmother would make a "Green Cake". I was not sure what I was eating but it always smelled so amazing, literally mouth watering. Every bite would get better and better, it was so delicious. It took me some years to realizes what the heck I was eating. She told me after all last years that it was what they call a "Pistachio Cake" (not like I knew what a pistachio was, but anyways). Only she could but that much love and care into these cakes. So that's why I wanted to share this amazing recipe of Amelia Callender's Pistachio Cake !
Columbus College of Art and Design Student